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Susan Rambo
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Seeing radio waves
Susan Rambo   9/5/2013 12:37:30 PM
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@Max  I've seen this photo before....do you know anything about it?

Max The Magnificent
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Re: Seeing radio waves
Max The Magnificent   9/5/2013 1:45:22 PM
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@Susan: I've seen this photo before....do you know anything about it?

"I know nothing, Colonel Hogan," as Sergeant Schultz would say :-)

But it has to be a classic ... I just don't know what of :-)

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Re: Seeing radio waves
Susan Rambo   9/5/2013 2:21:45 PM
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Thanks, betajet! Maybe that is the answer to the 3DTV problem. Just wear the TV.

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"That Ray Walston sure cracks me up!"
betajet   9/5/2013 2:29:18 PM
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Obscure reference to My Favorite Martian, which aired 1963-1966.

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David Ashton   9/5/2013 4:54:56 PM
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"Dang, I still can't get hold of Orson...how did Mork do it?"

(no so obscure reference to "Mork and Mindy" which aired 1978-82.)

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"These rabbit ears work pretty well...
betajet   9/6/2013 2:52:57 PM
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... but I think I'd better wire up my bow tie if I'm going to get any UHF."

[Obscure references to 20th Century analog TV technology and 19th Century men's fashion.]

 



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